Photos from Executive in Residence Barry Salzberg

Managing Partner, Deloitte & Touche USA LLP
Monday, April 2nd, 2007


"Gravity in a Weightless World"

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The Student Union was filled to capacity for Barry Salzberg's appearance as Executive in Residence.

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Lubin's Assistant Dean Barbara Rose Aglietti welcomed the audience.

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Barry Salzberg engaged the audience with his talk on "Gravity in a Weightless World."

There are four distinct forces of gravity: 1) leadership - setting the tone at the top; 2) ethical gravity - common understanding of values and behavior; 3) personal gravity - don't pass the buck; 4) generational gravity - need four generations of employees operating as a team.
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[Global Business Ethics panel]   Maintaining organizational gravity in an increasingly free and virtual world....maintaining trust and gravity, is an organization's greatest challenge.
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Three percent of US employees work at home or have that option....we need to make sure 'home based' doesn't become 'home alone.'
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Students talking with Barry Salzberg after the lecture.

Lubin faculty also had the opportunity to exchange ideas with Mr. Salzberg.   [Global Business Ethics panel]
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Lubin students posing with Barry Salzberg.

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Barry Salzberg met with student leaders following the lecture.

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